- Title Pages
- Part I
- 2 Emergence of Informal Groups of States
- 3 Proliferation of Informal Groups in the Post‐Bipolar Era
- 4 Conclusion: Exit, Voice, and Loyalty as Analytical Framework
- Part II The Cases of Namibia, El Salvador, and Kosovo
- 5 Namibia: Group of Three and Western Contact Group
- 6 El Salvador: Group of Friends of the UN Secretary‐General
- Part III
- 7 Kosovo: Quint, G‐8, and Troika
- Conclusions: Implications for Governance of the UN Security Council
- <b>Appendix</b> <b>Interviews Conducted (in alphabetical order)</b>
- Notes and tables are indexed as <b>n</b> and <b>t</b> in bold.
- The UN Security Council and Informal Groups of States
- Oxford University Press
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